I naively thought Judge Bork was a hero of the American right. A major "originalist" thinker, the fact that Bork wasn't confirmed as a Supreme Court nominee was a drama of the Reagan Administration (read here an insightful account). Bork was a prominent conservative jurist and influenced generations of conservative law scholars. So I was surprised to read an article reminiscent of Ted Kennedy's smear of "Robert Bork's America" in The American Conservative. "While he never had the opportunity to shape U.S. jurisprudence from a seat on the high court", writes Daniel Kishi, "we nonetheless today live in Robert Bork's America." You may wonder why. The short answer is that Judge Bork's views on competition
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